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 ROY FERRIS

Private 30434 Roy Warwick Elliott Ferris, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 27th September 1918 aged 28, and is commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France.  Son of Mrs Clara Ferris of Lima House, South Ford Road, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born at Dittisham, Devon; and enlisted at Dartmouth.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

CHARLES R. H. FFOLLIOTT

Lieutenant Charles Russell Hastings Ffolliott, 18 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps.  He originally served at Private 318, Rhodesia Regiment, before transferring to the Royal Flying Corps.  He died on the 10th March 1918, and is buried at Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix, France.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque as C. R. Ffolliott.

THOMAS FLEET

Ordinary Seaman J/68942 Thomas Fleet, HMS Vivid, Royal Navy.  He died on the 13th May 1917, and is buried at St Clement Churchyard, Townstall, Dartmouth.  He was born at Kingswear, Devon in 1879.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

 STEPHEN G. FOSTER

 Sapper 150288 Stephen George Foster, Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers.  He died on the 20th August 1917 aged 20, and is buried at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, France.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and enlisted at Dartmouth.  Son of George Hannaford Foster and Florence Foster of 25 Clarence Street, Dartmouth.

THE BROTHERS LOUIS AND WILLIAM FOXWORTHY

1891 Census:

Smith Street, Dartmouth

 

NAME

RELATIONSHIP    AGE OCCUPATION BIRTHPLACE
William Foxworthy Head    45 Printer Lodiswell

Mary Ann

Wife 41 Dartmouth

Fred I. 

Son 16 Printer's Apprentice Dartmouth
Edith K. Daughter 13 Dartmouth
William G. Son 11 Dartmouth
Isabella E. Daughter 6 Dartmouth
Louis H. Son 3 Dartmouth

LOUIS H. FOXWORTHY

Corporal 290034 Louis Henry Foxworthy, 9th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 8th October 1918 aged 31, and is commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France.  Son of Mrs Mary Ann Foxworthy of 8 Charles Street, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and enlisted at Dartmouth.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

WILLIAM G. FOXWORTHY

There is no one of this name listed in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission register or Soldiers Died in the Great War.  However, there is a William G. Foxworthy with a recorded date of death in the December 1918 quarter, Totnes district, aged 38; and a Gunner SR/4284 (later 279284) William G. Foxworthy, Royal Garrison Artillery, listed in the National Archives.  It is probable that this is the same person, and he was discharged from the army prior to his death.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

SAMUEL E. FRYER

 Private 10893 Samuel Edward Fryer, 8th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of Loos, the 25th September 1915 aged 18, and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, France.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Exeter.

CHARLES GIBBS

 Officers Steward 1st Class 356185 Charles Gibbs, HMS Indefatigable, Royal Navy.  He died on the 31st May 1916, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  He was born in Dartmouth in 1878.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

 ALBERT P. GIFFORD

 Private 30008 Albert Patrick Gifford, ‘A’ Company, 8th (Service) Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry.  He previously served as Private 1169, Devonshire Regiment.  He died of wounds on the 30th April 1917, aged 24, and is buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France.  Son of Frederick and Emily Gifford of Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he enlisted at Dartmouth.  He is also listed on the

Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque

 

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